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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND
O. McIlroy Co Petitioner of Scottish Petition PE01517: On the case with E. Holmes. Possible Medical Mesh Complications. An Avoidable RISK, a Lifetime RISK.
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marion scott 16h
Mesh Surgeon: "I am not to blame for the inability of Scotland’s officials to make this project happen" - The Sunday Post
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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND 17h
"Women won’t accept any system which includes them having to see the surgeons who implanted them in the first place.” Mesh Surgeon: I am not to blame.
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The Sunday Post 17h
Mesh Surgeon: “I am not to blame for the inability of Scotland’s officials to make this project happen”
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karen neil 18h
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karen neil 18h
Shame on You let mesh injured woman believe ,have hope 😢😢😢
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Dan Rather Jul 31
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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND Aug 3
2014 within hours of the then Cab Sec for health announcing mesh suspension, he was lobbied. see attached letter at base of article.
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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND Aug 3
In 2014 Fury as Doctor wins trip to Brazil for recruiting patients to controversial Implant trial.
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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND Aug 3
I chose to suspend surgery ops because I did not trust official figures says the then Cab Sec for health
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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND Aug 3
Is it a sincere apology to chronic pain sufferers? Thanks for all your support. Read all the latest news at updated 3 Aug 2020
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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND Aug 2
Chronic pain issues will be online from midnight Sunday 2nd on BBC Scotland website. Contact BBC Scotland if you support patients and tell of your experiences. Text BBC Scotland at 80295. BBC reporter Fiona Stalker.  Watch BBC News throughout 3rd August.
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The Sunday Post Aug 2
Parents: The delay is too cruel. We shouldn’t have to wait years to discover how our children died
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Lauren Sutherland QC Aug 2
Well done Marion Scott for keeping this in the news and keeping discussion going
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marion scott Aug 2
Academics back growing calls for a patients’ champion on eve of public inquiry into hospitals - The Sunday Post
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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND Aug 2
Academics back growing calls for a patients' champion on eve of public inquiry into hospitals.
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NO MESH COPS SCOTLAND Aug 2
Hear Our Voice: Scottish Government investigating appointment of Patients' Commissioner.
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marion scott Aug 1
One step closer to getting a Patients’ Commissioner for Scotland- support our campaign and make sure every patient voice is heard loud and clear.
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Colin Higgins Aug 1
Get yur Sunday Post!!!
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wael agur Aug 2
. appears to support the researcher who had reported mesh devices were painless, while failing to declare £100K of manufacturer money. Following its apology to chronic pain sufferers, is this how RCOG restores public confidence in our profession?
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marion scott Aug 1
Yet another hard hitting Sunday Post breaking the biggest news stories, sports and best features in Scotland.
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